New South Wales News

Sat 16 Jan 2021

NSW records one new COVID-19 case

NSW records one new COVID-19 case

NSW Health believe the one new locally acquired case reported on Saturday is linked to the Berala cluster but investigations are ongoing.

Teen drowns at public pool

Teen drowns at public pool

The teenage girl was pulled unconscious from pool

Teen’s devastating medical diagnosis

Teen’s devastating medical diagnosis

A 15-year-old boy is facing a difficult battle, but his community are standing behind him

Trauma surgeon’s plea: 'Don’t be soft on road killers'

Premium Content Trauma surgeon’s plea: 'Don’t be soft on road killers'

After working frantically for 11 hours to save the life of a teenage victim of a car accident, trauma surgeon Valerie Malka calls for increased penalties.

Political branch axed after violence and ‘wee ban’

Premium Content Political branch axed after violence and ‘wee ban’

The state’s most spiteful political branch has been axed after a long history of violence, intimidation, and a ‘wee ban’ at meetings.

Sydney law firm accused of misusing funds

Premium Content Sydney law firm accused of misusing funds

A lawyer faces bankruptcy after a barrister successfully sued him. But that is the least of Hector Ekes’ worries as his law firm is accused of misusing funds.

Fri 15 Jan 2021

NSW man wins lotto twice

NSW man wins lotto twice

The dad has been a dedicated player all his life, but revealed he had previously scored a life-changing amount of money and continued to work.

Large hail and storms sweep parts of NSW

Large hail and storms sweep parts of NSW

Severe thunderstorms sweep across NSW, with large hail hitting parts of the state.

The Target stores changing to Kmarts

The Target stores changing to Kmarts

Target stores across Australia will start to be converted into Kmarts from the start of this year. These are the ones changing.

Police investigate supplement store arson attacks

Premium Content Police investigate supplement store arson attacks

Supplement stores in Western Sydney have been targeted in a series of arson attacks. Police believe the fires have cost one business more than $300,000.

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